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Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are helping universities bring their knowledge to a much larger audience, says Coursera co-founder Andrew Ng.
The long quest to re-privatize Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is pushing ahead. Wharton’s Susan Wachter explains where they are heading.
China's success in securing 57 founding members for its new regional bank, AIIB, underlines the limits of U.S. regional influence.
While the strong U.S. dollar is a positive development for American consumers who will find many imports cheaper, it’s a more challenging environment for U.S. corporations.
In their new book, Wharton's Michael Useem, Howard Kunreuther, and Erwann Michel-Kerjan examine how Chile's leaders facilitated its rebound after the massive 2010 earthquake.
Brazil has a fighting chance to turn the Petrobras corruption scandal into an opportunity to bounce back with stronger institutions.
Twitter has changed the advertising world, a development that company vice president Shailesh Rao describes as a positive-sum game for traditional and social media.
California's drought-related water usage regulations will work best if they become a social norm with a higher level of awareness, says Wharton's Howard Kunreuther.
Can a data-driven approach to managing people at work help organizations make better HR decisions? Wharton professors Cade Massey and Adam Grant share their insights.
The Germanwings suicide-crash has focused attention on the pressures pilots face and how airlines can respond. Experts call for better training and health monitoring of pilots, among other improvements.